By Jerry Gettinger
schools were targeted to be used as a well, where our legislators could
go to, when there was a drought of money.
Children don’t vote.
are too busy holding down two jobs to notice that their youngster is in a
of 30 plus students.
Then suddenly Mr. Parraz became curious and
subsequently discovered that the sheriff and his gang, oops, I mean his deputies, let a somewhat large number of child molestation complaints go
Some would call Mr. Parraz rude while others characterize him
as brave. I am of the latter.
Although by now some of the children in the cases are adults. The children grew up
while the sheriff made excuses for the “oversight.”
Whatever one calls it, the children once again suffered.
Children can’t vote and in
some cases the parents might have been perpetrators. The children
continued to suffer. As I mentioned, children don’t vote.
And now there
is the CPS scandal, where case after case has gone uninvestigated.
Is there a
common thread or am I just imagining that the children of our state have
difficult time while they are growing up?
Schools, helpless at the
of perverts and are just plain helpless. The victimization of our
It is not only the school system that is in shambles, it is
entire system that is preying on the young.
What has been done is
borderline criminal. No one person is to blame.
It’s the whole bunch.
The executive branch, county sheriff and a school system that has been
robbed of its ability to teach.
Remember this on Election Day.
Jewish prophet once said, “Suffer thy
children unto me...”
I am certain he did not mean make them suffer.